convert JPG image to sRGB colour space (including CMYK)

last modified on 9 July 2019, by Cédric Louvrier

JPG can store non-critical segments among the image data and some of them can affect how the image could be rendered on browsers or viewers (e.g. ICC profiles). according to what hardware or software you are using, there could be some issues. that is why you can convert the image data itself instead of using color profiles

if pingo does lossy on the image data, it should be first pre-processed to be converted to sRGB. there is no need to add flags for it since it is done automatically

convert to sRGB (lossy) from RGB, ICC profile

original file: geranium.jpg (374.70 KB): convert JPG to sRGB (lossy)
original pingo -auto
geranium - original geranium - converted to srgb
374.70 KB 96.25 KB (0.26s)
ICC profiles converted to sRGB

convert to sRGB (lossy) from grayscale, ICC profile

original file: pimpinelli.jpg (209.52 KB): convert JPG to sRGB (lossy)
original pingo -jpgquality=75
pimpinelli - original pimpinelli - converted to srgb
209.52 KB 39.37 KB (0.26s)
ICC profiles converted to sRGB

convert to sRGB (lossy) from CYMK

original file: cmyk.jpg (714.46 KB): convert JPG CMYK to sRGB (lossy)
original pingo -auto
cmyk - original cmyk - converted to srgb
714.46 KB 70.83 KB (0.21s)
CMYK converted to sRGB